£1m Rother Valley road improvement plan

Plans are being progressed for £1.2m of transport improvements to support the proposed £37m leisure development adjacent to Rother Valley Country Park in Rotherham.

A planning application has recently been submitted by Gulliver’s, the operators of theme parks in Warrington, Matlock Bath and Milton Keynes. Gulliver’s Valley will be the first of their sites in the UK to encompass all their major family entertainment elements in one location with new attractions exclusive to Rotherham.

A number of comments on the application discuss the potential impact on the surrounding road network.

Read on… http://www.rothbiz.co.uk/2016/12/news-5293-1m-rother-valley-road.html?m=1

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2 Responses to £1m Rother Valley road improvement plan

  1. S Thornton says:

    Interesting this site, it was proposed that this site should have been used for the extra housing needed for the next 15 years. RMBC rejected the idea at every council meeting when it was brought up by the then Cllr Martin Parker. Now we know why.
    Whilst this project may well bring jobs, I never believe the figures ( I wonder, has anyone ever carried out research to see if these figures actually tally up after the projects have been done) I also wonder why we the Taxpayer are using our money to make road improvements, surely the business should be contributing the money, after all its being done to make sure they make a profit.

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